GURUGRAM: Dr Naresh Trehan, Chairman and MD, Medanta- Medicity, says, “There are nearly 50 crore Indians who require healthcare. The sector remains in demand and will eventually affect the future. The healthcare industry is swarming with opportunities, it carries a lot of scope, but everything ultimately comes down to amenities and what they plan to accomplish with them.”
Dr Trehan was speaking at the Cardiovascular Technology Conference hosted by Ansal University in Gurugram to address trends in cardiovascular technology.
He said, “Cardiovascular technology is flourishing and it further enables us to create clinical practitioners, brightening the future that stands ahead of the medical industry.”
Dr Trehan stated, “Medanta supports Ansal University in their venture and will do the needful to encourage growth, education and success in the sector.”
Prof Monica Chaudhry, Director, School of Health Sciences, Ansal University, said “We let our medical students imbibe and experience real-life medical situations as we provide them with cardiovascular equipped labs. It further helps the students in becoming familiar with the profession they are about to step in.”
Dr Ravi R Kasliwal, Chairman - Clinical & Preventive Cardiology, said, “The collaboration primarily enables us to cultivate an assemblage of skilled clinical practitioners who further address the intensified demand of the cardiology assistance and healthcare sector.”
The conference served as a unique platform for cardiac technologists and researchers from various health institutions to share and exchange new clinical studies and advancements dealing with cardiac ailments.